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    I am doing :
    - Biology (AQA) (As and dropping it)
    - Chemistry (OCR A) (Carrying onto A2)
    - Maths (Edexcel) (doing my whole Maths A level this year)
    - Physics (AQA) (Carrying onto A2)
    - Further Maths (Edexcel) (doing my whole Further Maths A level next year)


    Biology - A at AS
    Chemistry - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Physics - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Maths - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Further Maths - A at As /A* - Alevel

    However in recent tests/mocks, I got a D for chemistry, D for biology, C for Physics, B for Maths. What can I do to improve and past papers didn't help for my recent chemistry test which I got a D in.
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    I am doing :
    - Biology (AQA) (As and dropping it)
    - Chemistry (OCR A) (Carrying onto A2)
    - Maths (Edexcel) (doing my whole Maths A level this year)
    - Physics (AQA) (Carrying onto A2)
    - Further Maths (Edexcel) (doing my whole Further Maths A level next year)


    Biology - A at AS
    Chemistry - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Physics - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Maths - A at As /A* - Alevel
    Further Maths - A at As /A* - Alevel

    However in recent tests/mocks, I got a D for chemistry, D for biology, C for Physics, B for Maths. What can I do to improve and past papers didn't help for my recent chemistry test which I got a D in.
    Well, think about your performance in those exams or even look over he papers if you can and identify how you can improve. Is it that one or two topics let you down? Or is it that for each topic, the more difficult questions threw you? Maybe your key words weren't in the answer?

    Ultimately you should shape your revision around the learnings from above. There is still time to get back
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    Well, think about your performance in those exams or even look over he papers if you can and identify how you can improve. Is it that one or two topics let you down? Or is it that for each topic, the more difficult questions threw you? Maybe your key words weren't in the answer?

    Ultimately you should shape your revision around the learnings from above. There is still time to get back
    Thank you! I will do that .
 
 
 
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